Andrew Huffer has over 25 years experience in working with organisations, businesses, managers and communities and at a state, national and international level. He designs and delivers specialist engagement processes, with a focus on facilitating open decision making processes and skill development of clients. He has delivered presentations and workshops at a number of state, national and international conferences.
What I learnt from spending almost $8,000 on a speakers boot-camp (and what it feels like to be naked in front of room full of strangers!) Have you also felt that you’d like to take your presentations to the next level? To walk away 100% confident that your message has […]Read More
Simple strategies for engaging senior managers You’ve probably been engaging senior managers from a young age – you just may not have realised it at the time! Remember as a kid when there was something you really wanted? Something out of the ordinary? Like an overnight stay at a friend’s […]Read More
How to better engage your target audience, no matter what medium you’re using to connect with them. The ‘back story’ Stick with me here, and look for the clues about how to engage your target audience. Leading up to Christmas, my wife Georgie, and I recognised that we really needed […]Read More
The importance of knowing what’s going on around you as a facilitator Not long ago, I ran a ‘Facilitation Master Class’ for staff of a key client in Victoria. One of the topics was ‘trends and changes in facilitation.’ It was an interesting area for me to reflect on, thinking […]Read More
A brief insight on engagement principles Not long after I started my consultancy business I was invited by my local town council to attend a ‘community visioning’ workshop. It taught me a lot about engagement principles. I was interested to see how it was run from a facilitation perspective, along […]Read More
This news may come as a shock! It is indeed true, I’ve signed up and am ready to run a half-marathon in Melbourne this Sunday. Why? Well it’s not a midlife crisis or alpha-male thing. Nor a throw-back to sporting glory days – these were few and far between (I […]Read More